Yevgeny Yurchenko is the new head of the Russian athletics federation Loading… World Athletics is to decide Thursday whether to start the procedure of reinstating the new-look Russian athletics federation, as well as initiating the process to allow Russian athletes who test clean to compete under a neutral banner at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. High jumper Mariya Lasitskene has attacked Russia’s handling of the doping crisis Russia has been suspended by World Athletics (then known as the IAAF) since 2015 over repeated doping scandals – a ban upheld 12 times – and has been fighting for readmission. The last report by World Athletics’ Task Force, in November, led to its decision-making Council suspending the process of reinstating RUSAF over charges against its officials that they obstructed an anti-doping investigation. The Council also put a freeze on the system of allowing Russian athletes to compete as “Authorised Neutral Athletes”. Those decisions prompted wholesale change at RUSAF, which has a newly-appointed head in Yevgeny Yurchenko.Advertisement Coe, Yurchenko said, “will initiate the process of issuing to Russian athletes neutral status permits for their participation in international tournaments”, with RUSAF’s membership reinstatement with World Athletics “set to be launched”.That promises to be good news for three-time high-jump world champion Mariya Lasitskene, who has been vocal in her criticism of the former RUSAF regime for its handling of the scandal.Lasitskene, pole vault world champion Angelica Sidorova and men’s 110m metres hurdles star Sergey Shubenkov held a meeting with Coe last week, reportedly on relaunching the so-called “ANA scheme”, which allows eligible Russian athletes to compete as neutrals at events.Moscow’s case has been made more complicated after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in December imposed a four-year ban from all international sporting competitions on Russia over what it considers a state-sponsored programme of doping, a suspension the country took to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).CAS, the world’s highest sporting court, will now have to decide whether to confirm the WADA ban, or listen to Russia’s case against the sanction. A ruling is not expected before May, with the Tokyo Olympics scheduled to start on July 24, in just 134 days.The International Olympic Committee said CAS had to make a clear-cut decision, with no room for “any kind of interpretation”, over whether Russia was to be banned not just from Tokyo, but also the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing and the 2022 football World Cup in Qatar. Read Also: English clubs could be forced to play behind closed doors todayIn Monaco, the World Athletics council will also discuss the effects of the spread of the coronavirus, with several members, including those from outbreak hotspots China and Italy, taking part remotely by teleconference because of travel restrictions in their countries.The COVID-19 outbreak has already caused the world indoor championships in Nanjing, China, due to be held this month, to be delayed by a year, and the world half-marathon champs in Gdynia, Poland, to be re-scheduled from March 29 to October 17.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldWorld’s Most Beautiful Ceilings That Will Take Your Breath AwayWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?12 Marvel Superheroes When They Were Kids7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A VegetarianThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World15 Celebs Whose Careers Were Thwarted After One Simple MistakeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? In one of his first conciliatory moves in the stand-off, Yurchenko sent two letters to World Athletics, the first “concerning our cooperation and in regard to scandalous situations, which had left an impact on our relations for many years”. Yurchenko said he had agreed with accusations made by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) against RUSAF on the wrongdoings in the case of high jumper Danil Lysenko, in which “forged documents and false explanations” were provided as an alibi to his whereabouts, as required by anti-doping rules. In January, the AIU, the independent anti-doping watchdog for track and field, recommended World Athletics maintain the exclusion of RUSAF and the freeze on Russian athletes competing under a neutral flag unless it failed to provide evidence in the Lysenko case, which had proved to be a tipping point. – Negative consequences – Yurchenko, who also apologised for the negative consequences from the Lysenko case, said his second letter was sent to World Athletics chief Sebastian Coe.
Lionel Messi has reportedly told new boss Ronald Koeman that he does not see his future at Barcelona. Catalan radio RAC1 claims Messi dropped the bombshell during crunch talks with Koeman just one day after the Dutchman’s arrival. Messi apparently ended his summer holiday early for the heart-to-heart on Thursday. And the legendary forward added that he sees himself more “out of the club than in it.” Messi has long thought to be unhappy at Barcelona following turmoil on and off the pitch. Their meek surrender of LaLiga to Real Madrid coupled with an embarrassing Champions League exit against Bayern Munich saw both boss Quique Setien and director of football Eric Abidal axed.Advertisement Loading… Messi has just one year left on his Catalan contract. And even though Barca president Josep Bartomeu said on Tuesday that he will be staying put, Messi is thought to be giving serious consideration to leaving. Manchester City are reportedly interested as Pep Guardiola ponders a stunning Premier League reunion. read also:Bayern star Davis: I wanted Messi’s shirt but he was a little upset But Europa League finalists Inter Milan are the favourites to sign Messi should he leave. It’s no secret that Barcelona are keen on Lautaro Martinez and could be tempted to do a deal following Messi’s reported revelation. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Stargazing Locations To ‘Connect With Nature’Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better
“We remain grateful to everyone who has helped David through this ordeal, both in the Dominican Republic and here in Boston. David’s journey to good health has been bolstered by the many expressions of love that have come to us from across the globe. Your support has lifted his spirits tremendously during this challenging time.”The #RedSox today issued the following statement on behalf of Tiffany Ortiz: pic.twitter.com/WRTQJD9KLq— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) June 18, 2019The retired Red Sox star had been listed in “guarded” condition in recent days. He underwent surgery in the Dominican Republic following the shooting, and doctors removed his gallbladder and part of his intestines. He was then transported to Boston. David Ortiz’s condition has been upgraded to “good,” his wife Tiffany reported Wednesday, nine days after he was shot in his native Dominican Republic.“This morning, David’s condition was upgraded to ‘good’ by his doctors and he continues to make progress with his recovery in the intensive care unit at Massachusetts General Hospital,” Tiffany Ortiz said in a statement released by the Red Sox. The 43-year-old Ortiz was at a Santo Domingo bar the night of June 9 when a suspect shot him at close range. Thus far, 11 people have been taken into custody in connection with the shooting. Boston’s WCVB TV reports that prosecutors are expected to reveal the motive and plot behind the shooting Wednesday.Ortiz, affectionately known as “Big Papi,” was a 10-time All-Star who led the Red Sox to three World Series titles.
The Sumner County Sheriff weekly bookings into the Sumner County jail for May 19 to May 26, 2014 are as follows:Â Rayburn, Bobbie L.61Perth, Ks.2022 E. 16th, Wellington Ks.WPDCity of Derby Warrant (F.T.A.)5/20/14 Baker, Jason W.34Wellington, Ks.274 W. Dexter, Wellington Ks.WPDCriminal Damage to Property5/24/14 Stangl, Christopher38Wellington, Ks.501 N. Washington, Wellington KS.SUSOProbation Violation5/19/14 Hicks, Billy J59Levelland, TX600 S Washington Wellington, KSSUSOCriminal Trespass5/22/14 Banister, Nathan T.52Wellington, Ks.501 N. Washington, Wellington KS.SUSOContempt (Child Support)5/20/14 Lea, Anbthony T.29Wellington, Ks.610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.SUSOServe Sentence5/23/14 Swank, Paige19Wichita, Ks.1200 E US166 Gueda Springs KsSUSODriving while suspended and possession of opiate5/24/14 Rice, Shawn David30Adrian, MILenawee County Jail, Adrian, MISUSOProbation Violation; DWS; Fleeing or attempting to elude; Criminal deprivation of property; Stalking; Criminal Threat5/21/14 Brown, Dustin A26Wellington, Ks.1111 E Harvey Wellington, KSWPDDomestic Battery, Disorderly Conduct5/22/14 Wilson, Chelsi L.26Mayfield, Ks610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.SUSOServing Sentence 48 Hours5/25/14 Dawson, Derek A.26Wellington, Ks.LincolnÂ & WashingtonWPDDriving under the influence.5/25/14 Monday 0600Â toÂ Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 5/19/2014 thru 5/26/2014 Gile, Brian35Derby, KsSGCO JailSUSOProbation Violation5/22/14 Washington, Michael W. Jr.38Wellington, Ks.1820 E. 16th, Wellington, KS.WPDSedgwick County warrant5/20/14 Hutton, Denise54Wichita, Ks.I-35, mp 33 Mulvane KsSUSODriving While Suspended5/19/14 Hughes, Rayshon T.27Wichita, Ks.610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.SUSOServe Sentence 48 Hours5/23/14 Schulz, Charles D56Wellington, Ks.508 E Lincoln Wellington, KSWPDWarrant Arrest- Distribute Herion, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia5/21/14 Rayl, Thornton L47Wellington, Ks.703 E Lincoln, Wellington KSSUSOWarrant- PV5/22/14 Cornejo, Savannah M19Wellington, Ks.Dollar generalWPDTheft5/22/14 NameAgeAddressArrest locationAgencyChargesArrest date Golden, Austin L.18Augusta, Ks.Butler CountyÂ Detention FacilitySUSOProbation Violation5/23/14 Araujo, Previn J.42Wichita, Ks.Sedgwick County JailSUSOFailure to Appear5/23/14 Lippincott, Cabriel A.36Wellington, Ks.I-35. mp 21,KHPPedestrian Under the Influence5/24/14 Burnett, Jesse32Wellington, Ks.SGCO JailSUSOArrest and Detain5/22/14 Wood, Christopher, A33Wellington, Ks.B and 15th, Wellington KSWPDDriving While Suspended5/21/14 Pitcher, Robert24Tulsa OkI35 MPKHPDriving under the influence, Driving while suspended, No liability insurance5/23/14 Ledesma, J’Lynn23Wellington, Ks.610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.WPDServing Sentence 48 Hours5/24/14 Williams, Denelious27Wichita, Ks.1200 E US166 Gueda Springs KsSUSOPossession of paraphernalia, Distribution of narcotics, No tax stamp5/24/14 Murry, Jonathan M.25Arkansas City, Ks.I-35, mp 16 Wellington, KsKHPDriving while suspended and No proof of Insurance5/25/14 McCulley, Jennine22Wellington, Ks.700 S Drury Road South Haven, KsSUSODomestic Battery.5/25/14
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